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Sandbox Gives Back to Organizations Supporting New Immigrants
Right on time for the Holiday Season and start of the cold-weather season, Sandbox is proud to support six organizations across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba that provide support services for new immigrants to Canada with a donation of $2,000 each.
Commercial Service Line CoverageProtecting building owners from critical infrastructure losses not currently covered.
New! Restaurant Insurance Package Policy
On December 1, 2022, Sandbox Mutual Insurance launched a Restaurant Package Policy, available to purchase from a Sandbox Insurance Broker.
4 Space Heater Safety Tips
As the weather continues to cool down, many people use space heaters to stay warm during the winter. However, using a space heater increases the risk of a house fire, especially when safety precautions are not taken.
According to NFPA, space heaters are involved in 81% of fatal house fires caused by heating equipment. More than half of these incidents occur in the month of January!
Why and How to Shut Your Water off When You Leave Home
Are you headed on vacation this year?
Maybe you’ve already made your packing list and arranged a kennel for Fido in preparation for the big trip. You’ve thought of everything, right? Well, there may be one more item to add to your list of things to do before you go.
Whether it’s a 2-week trip to Mexico or even a weekend ice fishing getaway, you’ll want to shut your main water supply off before you leave.
7 Candle Safety Tips
Candles are used for a variety of purposes, like religious ceremonies, as a source of light when the power goes out, or simply as home décor. Because they are so commonly used, we often don’t give a second thought to the safety risks associated with candles.
What is an Ice Dam and How Can I Prevent and Remove Them?
Ice dams are something that all homeowners living in snow-prone climates should know about. Ice dams form from excess heat being trapped in the attic space or roof cavity. This can be a result of inadequate insulation, inadequate or missing vapour barrier, and/or improper attic ventilation. They are created when snow accumulates on the roof which then begins to melt as a result of the excess heat below the roofing. The water runs down to the edge of the roof or gutter, where it is much cooler, and it then refreezes.